By - Dry_Back_1116
Looks like duplicate, here is the answer https://www.reddit.com/r/devops/comments/uapx2t/when\_creating\_a\_dockerfile\_is\_it\_mandatory\_to\_put/
Why don't try it out?
Also, OOP try to investigate what happens with the container filesystem. After building your image, connect into the container with: `$ docker run --rm -it imagetag /bin/bash`
Update: removing the "SSH" term, following inexistent input coming from the smart-ass who modified his comment from plain insult.
There is nothing SSH about that command, you are spawning bash inside a container.
Thank you, Sheldon.
Fine, be wrong and ignorant; the world needs baristas too.
For the mods... This is a quote from this child above me that is triggered with this enlightenment despite of his newest update:
We don't need people like this here.
I’ll tell you what we don’t need, rude cunts who can’t handle being corrected and don’t want to learn.
You obviously missed the point. Everybody knows (should) know the meaning of my original comment. Everybody knows what is SSH connection. Everybody knows where to correct when it's necessary and when it's absolutely unnecessary. Straw man.
Instead you came here with childish insults and with absolutely no understanding of shit and specially with no constructive comment. Worse is that **you modified your comment from a plain insult to something less stupid and childish.** Shame on you.
You're not even worth anybody time. Downvotes don't make you right.
Oh cry harder you sad fucker. If everybody knows what SSH is why did you fucking mention it? I assume you’ve spent the two hours it took you to reply researching it haha.
I’ve got a derby result to celebrate, go cry somewhere else.
You’ll also note my comment is unedited.
And you started with the insults, so once again: go fuck yourself lad.